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What do we do?
The Auxiliary sponsors four events each year to raise funds to help purchase needed equipment for our volunteer firefighters to assist the community as needed. Anyone living in the LFPD District is welcome to participate. It's a good way to meet new people, to give back to your community, and to have fun.
The Smoke Signal is emailed to everyone living in the LFPD District twice a year. For those neighbors who do not have email, we will gladly mail a printed copy to their home. Contact Marilynn Dillon, President, at 296-8011 to give your mailing address.
Any monetary donations are accepted to help our cause. You may send a check, made payable to LFPD Auxiliary, and mail it to our Treasurer at 19641 Hale Rd.
Volcano, CA 95689 If you wish to pay by PAYPAL, you may do so here, safely and securely. Of course, your donation is tax deductible. LFPD Auxiliary is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization.
Come Join Us
We invite anyone interested is lending a hand, whether it be helping to plan an event, or helping with set-up, decorating, serving, clean-up or just being available to bake something for our annual bake sale. Your participation will enrich the Auxiliary, and you are sure to make new friends, have fun, and serve in a very worthwhile organization. We meet the first Monday of each month at 10:00 AM - 12 Noon. Give us a try...you might like it. Please call Marilynn 296-8011 for more information.
Want to volunteer but don't know where to start? Consider joining our family of friends and neighbors who support the fire department in many ways. Come to our next Auxiliary meeting. They are held on the first Monday of each month at 10 AM. You will find a very friendly group welcoming you with coffee, tea and treats. Help us help our firefighters.
Call Marilynn 296-8011 for location
Marilynn Dillon - 296-8011
Sylvia Schofield - 296-5201
Thank you for coming to our Firehouse Concert
featuring Route 88.
We sure had fun!!
Thank you to everyone who honored our fall firefighters during our Bells Across America event held October 7. It was a very special morning.